Recap: CSEAS Collaboration on “Cyber Capabilities and Accelerating Global Change” K-14 Workshop

In March 2021, educators gathered virtually for “Cyber Capabilities and Accelerating Global Change,” a timely professional development opportunity that equipped participants with the tools and context necessary to discuss cyber events and issues with students on personal, national, and global levels.

During the two-day workshop, educators engaged with field experts to examine how cyber-capabilities—surveillance technologies, social media, automation and remote activation, intelligence, and data storage—impact relationships between nation-states and our rights as consumers and citizens in an accelerated, cyber-capable world.

Workshop co-organizer Dr. Mary McCoy presents “The High Cost of Free Facebook: Trolling in Duterte’s Philippines and Mass Atrocity in Aung San Suu Kyi’s Myanmar.”

The workshop was organized in collaboration with CREECA and the Jean Monnet European Center of Excellence.

To read the full report from CREECA, click here.